Grace abounding to the chief of Sinners: or A brief and faithful relation of the exceeding mercy of God in Christ to his poor Servant, John Bunyan. Namely, in his taking of him out of the dunghill and converting him to the faith of his blessed son, Jesus Christ. Here in also particularly shewed, what sight of, and what trouble he had for sins and also, what various temptations he hath met with, and how God hath carried him through them. Corrected and much enlarged now by the Author, for the benefit of the tempted and dejected Christian. The Eighth Edition, corrected with the remainder of his life and character; by a friend since his death. [3 lines from Psalm] Boston. Printed by J. Allen, for Nicholas Boone, at the Sign of the Bible in Cornhill, 1717.
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Cf. Grace Abounding to the chief of Sinners: or, a Brief and faithful relation of the exceeding mercy of God in Christ, to his poor servant John Bunyan (London: G. Larkin, 1666).